Thursday, March 02, 2006

Seven - Work Happens, Out of the office Our goal at SEVEN is to make mobile email available on every mobile phone at an affordable price.

With 1.9 billion wireless subscribers worldwide and 1.4 billion email accounts in existence, the potential for mobile email access is significant. SEVEN addresses this market opportunity by making it simple for consumers and companies of all sizes to access email on the mobile device of their choice.

SEVEN's mobile email software is sold as a service by mobile operators and service providers worldwide and provides real-time access to work and personal information, including email, calendar, corporate directories, personal contacts and documents.

SEVEN's software is specialized to meet the unique needs and requirements of the Fortune 500 enterprise, the small-to-medium organization, workgroups, individual professionals and consumers. It is affordable, easy-to-use and highly secure for everyone.

Today, SEVEN-powered services are shipping on over 120 mobile device models supporting every major device operating system including: BREW, J2ME, Microsoft Pocket PC, Microsoft Smartphone 2003, Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0, Palm OS and Symbian-based phones, PDAs as well as Internet browsers.

SEVEN's patented software is available across 2.5 and 3G networks around the world. SEVEN is currently offered worldwide in 45 countries by 80 leading mobile operators and Internet email service providers including Cingular Wireless, Globe Telecom, Hutchison, KDDI Corp., NTT DoCoMo, O2, Optus, Orange, SingTel, Sprint Nextel, Telefonica Moviles, Telenor Group, Telkom Indonesia, Vimpelcom and Yahoo!.

SEVEN also partners with the top device manufacturers including: Nokia, Motorola, Sony Ericsson, Samsung and Siemens; infrastructure vendors; and system integrators to provide robust, easy-to-use and easy-to-deploy mobile email services to the marketplace.

SEVEN was founded in June 2000 and is headquartered in Redwood City, California, with local offices around the globe.

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